The Bears have signed rookie safety Craig Steltz to a four-year deal, according to The Chicago Tribune. Steltz signed the deal last week that included a $445,907 signing bonus and could be worth close to $3 million. He has the chance to make as much as $1.2 million in 2011 based on escalators that include his percentage of participation and number of interceptions. "Craig's a throwback ... he plays hard and with a lot of pride," agent Bill Johnson said of Steltz. "He's equally outstanding off the field. I'm crazy about him, and Bears fans will be too."
Draft Misc - Football Wiretap
Cardinals Sign First Of Seven Draft Picks
The Arizona Cardinals have signed rookie running back Tim Hightower to a three-year contract, according to The Associated Press. Hightower was the first of the team's seven picks to sign a deal. Financial details of the deal were not announced. The running back was a fifth-round pick.